An inventory of items found in the Mount Tabor reservoirs in the past five years.
It’s not merely activists who occupy the city’s reservoirs.
scenic pools on Mount Tabor and in Washington Park are home to other
items as well. Ducks, mostly, floating on the city�
The Siltronic VP aims to lower his company’s water rates and unseat Nick Fish.
Q & A
Tom Fahey is so steamed about his company’s water bill, he’s fomenting revolution.
Fahey is vice
president of human resources for Siltronic, a German semiconductor
manufacturer that is the c
The mayor’s plan for “carbon taxes” aims to take money from a familiar pocket—yours.
In June, Portland Mayor Charlie Hales told a visiting
environmental delegation from the United Nations his city would be a
leader in fighting global warming.
must redouble our efforts to
Turns out people on both sides of a proposed ballot initiative to wrest control of the city's water and sewer bureaus from City Hall can agree on one thing: They don't like how the city has worded its summary of the proposal. They cannot, however, agree on what the ballot should say. So they're going to a county judge. The OregonianMore
Mayor Charlie Hales' office confirms it's mulling a carbon-emissions tax on utilities and gasoline.
The City of Portland is taking the public's temperature on a carbon tax.
WW has learned a privately funded phone survey, backed by Mayor Charlie Hales' office and the Oregon Environmental Council, was placed in the field Thursday night. It asks potential voters if they would support a city tax on "producers of carbon pollution."
Under fire from inside and outside City Hall for his sweep of campsites from Portland sidewalks, Mayor Charlie Hales held a meeting today to discuss housing for homeless families and mentoring programs for street kids.
For the past three weeks, Hales and the Portland Police Bureau have conducted a crackdown on sidewalk camping—a sweep More
Commissioner Deborah Kafoury wants Jeff Cogen off the Multnomah county board. Is she willing to go for his job as well?
Deborah Kafoury won election as fifth-grade class
president of Irvington Elementary School in 1977 by deploying a secret
weapon: a political button-making machine.
“Her mom was an